Articles by Philippine Collegian

#UsToo: A New Anger

When I was 12, one of my parents’ hired laborers cornered me inside our bodega. He grabbed me from behind and pressed his erection into my back. He groped my breasts and asked, “O ano?” I ran away from him, silent. Am I angry at this man?

No hounds left in hell

As though chasing after the truth and reporting on the odious acts of a government weren’t difficult enough, Filipino journalists must now face a new breed of foes: legal monstrosities which clawed out of some absurd invisible cauldron.  

BREAKING: BOR appoints new deans for CMC, CAL, CHK, SURP

The Board of Regents, in its meeting this morning, appointed the following faculty members as deans of their academic units: Arminda V. Santiago (College of Mass Communication), Francis Carlos B. Diaz (College of Human Kinetics), Amihan Bonifacio-Ramolete (College of Arts and Letters; renewed appointment), and Hussein Lidasan (School of Urban and Regional Planning). The BOR deferred the appointment of a dean for the Asian Center.

Why the children?

The Duterte administration must cease using legislative agenda as public entertainment and political leverage. It must redirect its efforts towards stronger implementation of existing laws. Its recent posture in the name of law and order cannot replace missing economic shields, selective justice, and an inclination towards distracting the Filipino people from the country’s real problems.

IN PHOTOS: Lakbayan 2019

The UP Diliman community, led by Chancellor Michael Tan, warmly welcomed the lumad community during the Salubungan rites in celebration of the annual Lakbayan last Saturday in Quezon Hall.

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